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CALL FOR PAPERS - DRC MOZALISI KIN ENTREPRENEURSHIP PROGRAM (1) (2)
Cultural and creative entrepreneurship programme in the DRC. Call for applications MOZALISI- KIN
MOZALISI-KIN is an entrepreneurship programme set up by Africalia in partnership with...
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Menya Media
Since its creation in 2001, Menya Média has been using music, radio, film and the works of artists...
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3TAMIS
Initiated in 2002 by BDOM, Centre Olame, Groupe Jérémie and Plateforme DIOBASS, the ASBL 3TAMIS...
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Yolé! Africa
Yolé!Africa is a centre for artistic creation and cultural exchange, whose mission is to encourage...
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The Lampyre Troupe
The Troupe lampyre's main activity is organising the 'Buja Sans Tabou' festival. This festival...
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NHIMBE TRUST
Nhimbe Nhimbe Trust, based in the town of Bulawayo, is an organisation working in the field of theatre...
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Bayimba Foundation
Bayimba is a multi-branch organisation dedicated to promoting the arts and culture in...
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CREATIVES GARAGE
Creatives_garage_expo Creatives Garage is a multi-disciplinary collective space that offers creative...
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AFRIKERA ARTS TRUST
Afrikera AkriKera Arts Trust aims to develop contemporary dance training in Zimbabwe and the rest of...
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Over the years Africalia has built up significant expertise in cultural cooperation. It makes this know-how available to its partners.

The intervention logic of the new 2022-2026 multiannual programme in African countries is based on 6 results, including (1) strengthening the governance of associations and the networking of cultural players, (2)le plea to convince public authorities to provide more funding for cultural initiatives aimed at developing CCIs, (3) professionalising skills, (4) the production of high-quality cultural and artistic worksa plus (5) wide distribution of works, and finally (6) the ability to generate income.

Africalia sees cooperation as a long-term commitment to its partners, rather than as financial support for one-off cultural activities (festivals, shows, exhibitions). The partnership is based on in-depth knowledge, built up over several years, of the assets, strengths and weaknesses of each partner organisation, as well as the pooling of resources and skills in pursuit of a shared long-term objective.